Sakura Cola

Sakura Cola

In front of me sits the only pink cola I’ve come in contact with. I’m not even sure it will actually taste like cola, but the word is on the bottle no less than three times. Sakura Cola, or Cherry Blossom Cola, is today’s beverage and I’m thrilled to try it. I’m a bit rusty with my time away, but I’m hoping that this is just the drink to bring me back to the front lines of the soda review game.

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Coca-Cola Georgia Peach

Coca-Cola Georgia Peach

Ah Summer! The sun beats down oppressively onto the pavement below. Just looking outside causes beads of sweat to collect on your brow. Nothing to escape this violent hellscape other than an ice cold Coca-Cola.

First off it’s Winter. Secondly, you should be drinking water if you’re sweating that much. Finally, todays soda review isn’t just for Coca-Cola, it’s for Coca-Cola Georgia Peach.

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Hollywood Original Shirley Temple Soda Pop

Hollywood Original Shirley Temple Soda Pop

Ginger ale, grenadine, and a maraschino cherry.  Those are the three ingredients needed to make the drink known as the Shirley Temple.  It’s a simple concoction, but a tasty one nonetheless.  If you don’t feel up to making your own then I guess you could do as I did and grab a bottle of Hollywood Original Shirley Temple Soda Pop… or as the kids call it HOSTSP.  

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1893

1893

So to stay current I felt it necessary to review Pepsi Cola’s offering of 1893.  For those not in the know, 1893 is made with kola nut and sweetened with sugar.  This is Pepsi’s take on craft soda and the can is full of words telling you so.  It’s a “Boldly blended cola made with: Kola nut extract, Dark brown malt flavor, a touch of aromatic bitters, sparkling water, real sugar.”

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Rocket Fizz Chocolate Soda

Rocket Fizz Chocolate Soda

I recently reviewed Rocket Fizz All Natural Chocolate Soda; today I have a bottle of Rocket Fizz Chocolate Soda.  I’m not really sure why this one isn’t considered all natural unless it’s the inclusion of “caramel color”.  All other listed ingredients are natural, right down to the vague “natural flavor”.  Would they really make a completely different soda where the only difference is coloring?

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